Episode 94: Paul R. Ehrlich, Stanford Professor Emeritus, Author, & President, Stanford Center for Conservation Biology
Guest Name(s): Paul R. Ehrlich
Join Matt for an interview with Paul R. Ehrlich, as they discuss climate change and the dangers of population growth and the resulting environmental catastrophe. Paul is also author of Life: A Journey Through Science and Politics, a brand new memoir.
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Join Matt for an interview with Paul R. Ehrlich, as they discuss climate change and the dangers of population growth and the resulting environmental catastrophe. Paul is also author of Life: A Journey Through Science and Politics, a brand new memoir
Acclaimed as a public scientist and as a spokesperson on pressing environmental and equity issues, delivering his message from the classroom to 60 Minutes, Paul R. Ehrlich reflects on his life, including his love affair with his wife, Anne, his scientific research, his public advocacy, and his concern for global issues…
Paul R. Ehrlich received his Ph.D. from the University of Kansas. Co-founder with Peter H. Raven of the field of coevolution, he has pursued long-term studies of the structure, dynamics, and genetics of natural butterfly populations. He has also been a pioneer in alerting the public to the problems of overpopulation, and in raising issues of population, resources, and the environment as matters of public policy…
The Center for Conservation Biology (CCB) was established by Prof. Paul R. Ehrlich in the Department of Biology at Stanford University in 1984 and is directed by Prof. Gretchen C. Daily. In pursuit of its mission, the CCB conducts interdisciplinary research to build a sound basis for the conservation, management, and restoration of biodiversity and ecosystem services, to evaluate factors that are leading to declining environmental security and increasing inequity, and to find practical solutions to that predicament…
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